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StrategyViewer script
icebob

Member Since Feb 04, 2012  15 posts Icebob (icebob) Mar 24 2012 at 11:51
Hi,

I made a script to view a myfxbook's statements file in MT4.

How to work:
1. Select a system or strategy
2. Download the statements to CSV (right up corner)
3. In MT4 select a currency pair window
4. Drop the StrategyView script
5. Set the 'statement.csv' file path
6. Set the correct hour offset (if neccessary)
7. Press OK and you will see the orders in your chart.

Best regards,

    Icebob

icebob

Member Since Feb 04, 2012  15 posts Icebob (icebob) Mar 25 2012 at 13:00
Correction:

5. Copy your statement file to MT4Folder\experts\files folder. And change the filename property if neccessary.

icebob

Member Since Feb 04, 2012  15 posts Icebob (icebob) Dec 20 2012 at 17:39
New version!

   v.1.1 - 2012.12.20
   --------------------
      - Fixed: MyFxBook added ticket number to csv
      - Fixed: Missing orders if csv not content price field

maxtrade

Member Since Mar 20, 2011  35 posts Chugginton (maxtrade) Jul 02 2013 at 06:18
not working with mt4 509. could you please update it. Thanks. :)

icebob

Member Since Feb 04, 2012  15 posts Icebob (icebob) Jul 02 2013 at 08:04
Ok, i will test...

icebob

Member Since Feb 04, 2012  15 posts Icebob (icebob) Jul 03 2013 at 15:40
New version

   v1.2 - 2013.07.03
   --------------------
      - Fixed some issue with symbol suffix problem.

hariszam

Member Since Nov 12, 2013  4 posts hariszam Nov 12 2013 at 12:33
cool

juank19

Member Since May 31, 2013  1 posts juank19 Jan 28 2014 at 22:17
icebob posted:
Hi,

I made a script to view a myfxbook's statements file in MT4.

How to work:
1. Select a system or strategy
2. Download the statements to CSV (right up corner)
3. In MT4 select a currency pair window
4. Drop the StrategyView script
5. Set the 'statement.csv' file path
6. Set the correct hour offset (if neccessary)
7. Press OK and you will see the orders in your chart.

Best regards,

    Icebob


Hi Iceboob,

I'm not a programmer like you but i try to find and indicator who show the positions of the traders in the community of myfxbook, can you give me a hand with that please? Thanks


Juan Carlos Grass

DoronovK

Member Since Jun 08, 2016  1 posts Andrey (DoronovK) Jan 24 at 08:14
icebob posted:
New version

   v1.2 - 2013.07.03
   --------------------
      - Fixed some issue with symbol suffix problem.


It does not work any reaction

doronbmp@
coders

Member Since Mar 26, 2015  31 posts MQL BLUE (coders) Feb 19 at 17:35
juank19 posted:
icebob posted:
Hi,

I made a script to view a myfxbook's statements file in MT4.

How to work:
1. Select a system or strategy
2. Download the statements to CSV (right up corner)
3. In MT4 select a currency pair window
4. Drop the StrategyView script
5. Set the 'statement.csv' file path
6. Set the correct hour offset (if neccessary)
7. Press OK and you will see the orders in your chart.

Best regards,

    Icebob


Hi Iceboob,

I'm not a programmer like you but i try to find and indicator who show the positions of the traders in the community of myfxbook, can you give me a hand with that please? Thanks


Juan Carlos Grass


You mean 'outlook' and you need indicator?

https://www.myfxbook.com/community/outlook

I think that first you have to ask for permission Myfxbook, send message to admin.

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